Oh man…do I ever suck at timing. This is a Christmas tag and here we all are on the Ides of March. Except for the time travelers. They’re wherever they hell they want to be. Even though I’m late, I’m still going to have fun doing this tag from Ignited Moth, and hopefully she’ll put in a good word for me with Santa.
Received an ARC and not reviewed it?
I haven’t received too many ARCs, but I did make a point to review them (I think…).
Have less than 60% feedback rating on Netgalley?
Huh? I mean Netgalley sounds kind of familiar, but like a decade ago familiar, and I certainly don’t recall receiving feedback on it.
Rated a book on Goodreads and promised a full review was to come on your blog (and never did)?
No, I’m actually pretty good at reviewing books on Goodreads. I don’t think I’ve said I was going to come back to do a full review and reneged on that promise.
<–The State of the Reader: 2/27/19 The State of the Reader: 3/27/19–>
A weekly post updated every other Wednesday detailing my current reading projects and what new titles I’ve added to my to-read list. Title links go to Goodreads, and if you have an account there feel free to friend me! I’d love to see what you’re reading and/or planning to read.
Books Obtained: 5
Books Finished: 0
Title: Leviathan Wakes
Series Title: The Expanse
Author: James S. A. Corey
Date Added: June 6, 2018
Date Started: February 19, 2019
Someone is clearly pulling the strings of the galaxy in order to obtain…something. We don’t know what yet, and the authorities still think this is beef between the Belt and Mars, when it’s fairly obvious someone is manipulating the narrative to seem so.
<–The State of the Gamer: 2/26/19 The State of the Gamer: 3/26/19–>
A weekly post updated every other Tuesday detailing my current gaming projects. I have an account at Grouvee, which is a site you can use to keep track of your backlog, so please feel free to friend me there!
What I Finished
Title: The First Tree
System: Nintendo Switch
Date Started: 3/7/19
Date Finished: 3/10/19
I don’t think anyone could deny that this is a beautiful game with a magnificent soundtrack, excellent voice acting (provided by the creator and his spouse), and stunning visuals. It speaks to the creator, David Wehle’s cinematic background, which may also be the reason the game suffers from some significant logistical issues, namely the jumping mechanic. Wehle isn’t (or wasn’t) a game designer. It’s necessary for certain progression and to gather all the collectibles for you completionists out there. The story, while nothing new, is still heartfelt and relatable, being about loss, regret, and memory. How the visual representation of the fox searching for her cubs intertwines with the narrator coming to terms with his grief is up for discussion and interpretation.
<–The State of the Writer: 2/24/18 The State of the Writer: 3/24/19–>
A post updated every other Sunday discussing my current writing projects and any completed the prior two weeks.
Finished Projects: 0
Title: The Broken Rose
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Type: Fanfiction (FFVII) Novel
Current Word Count: 254,713
Prior Word Count: 255,002
Word Difference: -289
Progress: Chapter 15 Second Edit
Well that picture took me a while to decide on. It’s not that I don’t have a lot of pictures to choose from (my FFVII Pinterest board alone has over 3k pins…most of them Sephiroth…don’t judge me); it’s more the issue of finding the right one for the right situation and not duplicating. I keep a folder of all the ones I’ve used for this post so I don’t do that, and not only the first but the alternative I wanted have already been used. Oh well.